If you're looking to find 10 funny Rap music videos, then you might want to look into these ten hilarious classics. The music video art form has always been a huge media outlet for creativity and expression or all music artists. Many of them take delight in dazzling us with complex story-lines or impressive special effects, then some even go as far as making us roll around on the floor laughing with clever comedic antics and skits. See if you can hold your laughter with these funny rap music videos.
- "My Name Is" by Eminem. Being the debut music video for the hit white rapper, Eminem, "My Name Is" gives us a taste of Eminem's original yet humorous style of rhyming as well as visualization. The video depicts pretty much what he discusses in the song such as jokes about his mother to Dr. Dre as his therapist.
- "Parents Just Don't Understand" by DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince. "Parents Just Don't Understand" is quite a colorful funny rap music video which pokes fun exactly at the material in which the song's title refers to.
- "The Real Slim Shady" by Eminem. Eminem does it again with yet another funny rap music video. This one features him in a variety of settings with different real life impersonations, ranging from Eminem in a psych ward, a fast food joint, with lookalike cameos of Kid Rock, Fred Durst, and more.
- "Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See" by Busta Rhymes. Based on the hit 1988 comedy, "Coming to America," this funny rap music video begins with Busta waking up to a mundane day only to end up with extraordinary circumstances such as being chased by an elephant and partying with a glowing African tribe.
- "Without Me" by Eminem. Like many of Eminem's other music videos, this one is also made up of various scenarios built up by the song's lyrical content. Some of which include Dr. Dre and Eminem as Batman and Robin as well as a comical poke to the show "ER" where Eminem is being pushed on a gurney.
- "Gimme Some More" by Busta Rhymes. Directed by Hype Williams, Busta Rhymes' funny rap music video "Gimme Some More" is shot comically through a fish-eye lens in slow motion, featuring a Looney Tunes inspired intro as well as a child version of Busta Rhymes who turns into a demon and chases his mother.
- "I'll Bee Dat" by Redman. Redman and Eminem always had the same taste in funny rap music videos, as it is shown here. This hot rap video by Redman features him doing a number of comedy skits from being a terrorizing taxi driver, a crazed adult promoting Redman cereal to kids, a Redman Cola that tastes horrible, and even a classical bicycle crash.
- "Fight For Your Right (To Party)" by The Beastie Boys. This popular rap classic is not only among one of the greatest funny rap music videos ever made, it is highly regarded as an iconic music video of 1980's pop culture. The rap video is inspired much by George A. Romero's "Dawn of the Dead."
- "All You Can Eat" by The Fat Boys. LIfted from the 1980's music all-star "Crush Groove," "All You Can Eat" is a music video bit that is taken from the actual film in which The Fat Boys rap trio storm an all-you-can-eat buffet in Times Square to their stomach's desire and then leave without paying a single penny.
- "Children's Story" by Slick Rick. If there's anyone who can pull off a cool and funny rap music video, then look no further than Slick Rick himself. "Children's Story" is mostly shot in black and white, featuring 1930's style comedy mixed with late 1980's Hip Hop elements.
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